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about? >> investigators are still putting that information together, but the preliminary if permission is it was a neighborhood type of dispute. in 2007, when troopers responded, the dispute was over mowing grass on the other's property. there was a dispute that occurred involving an assault in 2008, but neither case resulted in criminal prosecution. apparently there were disputes between the two as a result of them being neighbors in the same community. >> after midnight, police were called to this neighborhood where they found the body of stephen hawks in his driveway. he had been shot multiple times. >> the suspect told the victim into his driveway this morning at conflict occurred. >> police searched for hours for the suspect, 51-year-old gregory martin, but were not able to find him in the darkness. shortly after sunrise, they found his lifeless body in the
backyard of his estranged wife's home. >> the suspects body was found in the backyard of a residence not far from the scene of the initial shooting. the suspect was deceased at a time. >> state police said they did recover a handgun next to the body of the suspect. >> juror spent the day listening to testimony from the lead detective in the tracy tetso murder case. her husband is on trial for hier murder, although our body has never been found. >> as you said, the prosecution called a key witness to the stand today, the lead investigator in the case, who testified that he thought there were several discrepancies, and showed those discrepancies in stories that dennis tetso told the detective. >> as the lead investigator in
the disappearance, he knew every detail about the case, and thursday told the jury all about it. the detective first interview dennis tetso on march 9, 2005, three days after tracy's disappearance. the detective testified that tetso told him that he was home the day tracy went missing, washing his trucks. he said dennis told him that tracy had returned home from the store at around 2:00 in the afternoon on march 6, which in their home, and then he never saw her again. he said that around 6:30 p.m. he went inside the house to take a shower, and when he was done, he noted that a tv in the living room was off that had been on, and tracy's trans am was gone. the detective check his cell phone records and noticed that on march 6, two calls were made to glen burnie.
detective went back and ask dennis about it and said he had forgotten he had run an errand that day to cycle world in anne arundel county. after interviewing his good friend who worked at cycle world, the detective found that the friend said he was actually at dennis's residence the day tracy went missing, something that dennis also forgot to tell him. the detective interviewed the man who according to testimony was having an affair with tracy tetso. he said that this had driven to the house of tracy's cousin and confronted him about the affair in a threatening way. the detective told the court on an interview that he had what then is almost two months after tracy's disappearance, he noticed that this was moving items back into their home, after he had told of tracy and the detective that he was going to move out. >> days after tracy tetso disappeared, friends and loved ones organized search efforts to find her body. one effort was posting signs in
her neighborhood. in earlier testimony, some of dennis tetso neighbors testified that that actually saw him removing some of the sun's days after they were put up. the state expects to rest its case sometime tomorrow. >> and other soaking rain for most of maryland today, but hd doppler shows a drying trend coming in to the central and western part of the state. it is still coming down at a steady pace across a lot of the eastern shore and down toward the coast. west of the bay, just a couple of scattered showers back into the mountains. the showers could still work their way through the region as we go through the evening. we are just about done with the storm except for the wendy, chilly weather that will follow it for friday and the weekend. more on that coming up in just a few minutes.
>> in our commitment 2010 report, the two men fighting to become governor of maryland square off for the second time in washington. >> governor martin o'malley and former governor bob ehrlich attack each other's credibility. >> no filibusters in this debate before a live audience. some of the topics were new, but at times were geared toward the washington area. there were some good one-liners, sniping, and lighter moments that provided some personal insight into these two political gladiators. governor martin o'malley walked through a sea of green. barleycorn waded through enthusiastic applause. -- bob ehrlich waded through enthusiastic applause. >> i have fought every battle on your side. >> the underlying strategy for both sides appeared to be attacking the other's credibility.
they asked early how he would fill tax revenue laws if he repealed the sales-tax. >> he has no idea how to make up the $800 million shortfall. >> it does not make sense to make blanket statements saying the matter what happens, i am not going to raise taxes. >> the former governor's credibility on this issue is nonexistent. he made the same pledges eight years ago. >> other testimony centered around electricity. >> you have been found out. after your folks are brad about giving our public service commission -- >> ehrlich would consider shifting teachers' pensions to the county. o'malley, who commissioned a study, is waiting for options.
barely took exceptions to o'malley considering illegals new americans. >> it is not new americans. >> i think the implementation of the flush tax was a good thing. >> the debate turned in an unusual direction when the candidates or asked to tell everyone something few would know about them. >> i really good on seven's and laid 60's music trivia. >> my wife said that i work too hard and that i need to come home early or more nights of the week. >> should gave marriage be recognized in maryland? barely said no, but bundles of rights should be awarded to same-sex couples. on transportation, clearly prefers -- the candidates will
square off content on two radio debates next week. >> our coverage connection to the candidate. watch profiles of the candidates and get back from david collins back checks. log onto wbaltv.com and click on politics. >> a baltimore developer revealed more of what he has a plan for anne arundel mills. he says there will be new, live music been you operated by annapolis based ram's head. he believes the vote will go in his favor. >> all the clients and partners coming in with us have spent a lot of time and effort and money to figure this out with
us. none of them are doing it because they think it is an academic exercise. they are doing it for the same reason we are doing it, we think we are going to win. >> he says construction will begin immediately if anne arundel county voters approved it in november. >> we have some breaking news, and accident tonight on southbound 95. >> this gisele bundchen 95 -- this is southbound 95. we believe the personal injury to be serious at this time. traffic is pretty much backed up from the area of route 100 above us to 895. >> stay with us, there is more news ahead on 11 news at 6. >> teachers have cast their votes for a new contract, and
the ballots are still being counted. i am tim tooten, live in northwest baltimore. >> a new era for maryland basketball. baltimore looks destined to take the reins. >> the impacts of the storm will linger into the upcoming weekend. the forecast is straight ahead. look at you. body rested. stress gone. mind sharp. because unisom gave you deep restful sleep all night. morning early birds. unisom. good night. good morning.
baltimore tonight with the story. >> that have been counting the votes for the past hour, and there is no word of how long it will take to finish. has been a day of a long lines and short tempers in some cases. patience was -- was the order of the day. >> you sold us out. we are not going to benefit from this. >> i am very mixed on this. getou won't know until you to the box. >> i know how i am going to vote, but i don't have enough information. >> i am going to decide, it's a secret. >> for some, confusion was never an issue.
>> that had represented come to our school and she actually explained everything very thoroughly. she allowed our questions on any topic that was discussed. >> a yes vote would allow some teachers to earn more money in a shorter time. those who tried to hold up the votes a teacher should take time and do the math. >> of course, the money looks great, but the reality is, where is the money coming from? how long is this going to last? >> the head of the teachers' union was certain the contract would pass. >> it is always negotiations. the vote today is, it is what it is. >> we will pass along those results as soon as we get them. tim tooten, wbal-tv 11 news. >> now, your insta-weather forecast with chief meterologist tom tasselmyer. >> another wet day across the
entire state of maryland. the storm is actually going to get stronger as it moves away from us and heads up the coast. on hd domtar we can see the rank hugging along the coastal sections there. it will become a full-blown nor'easter eventually up into new england. there are still some showers wrapping around into the mountain to parts of central maryland. we are not quite done with the rain, but the steady, heavy stuff is moving out. we'll have some chilly fall temperatures. based on radar estimates, you can see that little strip of green north of richmond through southern maryland. those areas will get close to an inch of rain. officially at bwi marshall, about 0.86 inch. the rain was a little heavier just to our south. instead of hitting 68 which
would be normal, we only hit 56 at bwi marshall today and 60 in downtown baltimore. closer to 60 degrees in the far southern sections of the state. overnight, showers and and the skies began to clear and the winds start to pick up, with overnight lows 44-51. it looks like the storm will crank up off the coast of new england by tomorrow evening, drawing in the cool, gusty winds from the northwest. look for some sun and clouds and a chance for a shower in the late afternoon or evening. some of the rain will change over to snow in the adirondacks. it will be chilly fall storm as it is moving away. you can see it remains fairly
steady across the region, even as the skies clear, it will stay breezy going into the first part of the weekend, which may have an impact on the baltimore running best on saturday. a 30% chance of a few leftover showers, and a small craft advisory is in effect. is only in the 40's in the western maryland mountains tomorrow with the lingering shower. around the chesapeake mall, 61 with gusty winds and a left over shower or two. a chance for scattered showers lingering into the evening. if you are headed up toward new england for that ravens and the patriots, one of the factors for the game will be the strong winds coming out of the northwest. temperatures will kickoff and the 50's, but the winds gusting to 30 miles an hour from the west and northwest. lots of sunshine up there in
massachusetts on sunday, but rather breezy and typically cool. tropical storm paulette is girding along the north shore of cuba, south bay and south of key west. it was a hurricane at one time but has weakened considerably and will continue to weaken heading into the weekend. it will become a tropical depression over the next couple of days. wendy tomorrow and cool, 61 for the high, a chance for an afternoon shower as the clouds and son mixed. on saturday, good running temperatures, pleasant to watch the race, but watch for the winds at 10-20 miles an hour. an occasional gusts of 30 with northwestern breezes hopefully pushing people toward the finish line on saturday. 60's on monday, a chance for showers tuesday and wednesday. >> now, elevens boards with pete gilbert. >> arriving in the nfl often
comes down to finding an it manager and then pretending it is not. players did debriefed on an upcoming opponents and then often it cut the next week. the reagan should have an advantage over the patriots. -- ravens should have an advantage. the offense presents problems for new england. the patriots are the highest scoring team in league. even without randy moss, you have a good idea of how the patriots will attack. >> they will utilize their talent to their best use. you are not going to revamp the no. 1 offense of the nfl. like i said, when you are having a lot of success and you are number one on wherever they are
on scoring and total offense, you don't want to revamp anything. >> thursday the ravens report kicks off at 7:30. >> we are halfway through the high school football regular- season. time for rival games that start taking center stage. erodes have liberty and century as the game on top with the most votes. maryland it madness hits the courts tomorrow night. with a loss of the top three scorers, they give the first round to the memphis grizzlies. jordan williams, now a sophomore, is expected to carry his load it down low.
mosley willjohn need to score as well. >> no pressure to meet, because i have 12 other guys who have my back no matter what. i just cannot wait to get rolling. this is going to be a big season for us this year. >> an interesting team down in college park with six new faces. more on that coming up tonight at 11. stay with us for another look at the forecast, right after this.
negative attacks the media have repeatedly called "dishonest" and "total malarkey." and why can't we trust bob ehrlich? because he raised taxes and fees by $3 billion then denied it... because he says he's for us, but made $2.5 million at a special interest lobbying firm. and ehrlich says he'll cut education again if elected governor. bob ehrlich-- a career politician we really can't trust. woman 1 sync: i knew what bob ehrlich did as governor. man 1 sync: raised my property taxes 60 percent. woman 2 sync: let utilities hike our rates 72 percent. woman 1 sync: but i didn't know what he's done since he got fired as governor. man 2: ehrlich's raked in millions. man 3: he worked for a wall street bank that took 10 billion dollars from the bailout. woman 3: 10 billion of our money. woman 4: our money. woman 5 sync: and he worked for another bank that collapsed. man 4: costing tax payers 17 million. anncr: tell bob ehrlich big banks don't need help. middle class marylanders do.
>> here's a look at what we are working on for 11 news tonight. a woman in anne arundel county claim she was doused with bleach. bob ehrlich and martin o'malley are at it again, but are the are at it again, but are the i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. the real andy harris. his past attacks have been called deceptive, his new attack, false. harris voted for deregulation increasing our electric bills by 72% it's not surprising,
some strong winds for friday and saturday. clearing skies and cool temperatures, great for the running festival on saturday, but the winds could be a factor. coming home, the wind will be at your back. sunday looks beautiful, sunny and 70, and a little cooler up in new england for the ravens and patriots. is there only in the 50's for sunday. pretty good weekend weather coming up. >> nbc nightly news with brian williams is next. >> we will see back here tonight at 11. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org--
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